LG Nexus

More LG Nexus 5 rumors surface, phone might use Snapdragon 808, 2700mAh batt

LG is working on another Nexus. Yep, there's a new one that's expected to roll out this year together with the Huawei Nexus. If the rumors are true, this is the first time that Google is releasing a duo not just from one company but from two under the Nexus brand. The latest information we've got is from a source saying that the LG Nexus will have a 5.2-inch screen and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor.

Google’s smartwatch made by LG, wearable OS coming in March

If you were waiting for Google to make their intentions known before jumping on the wrist-wearable bandwagon, your wait could soon be over. Their long anticipated smartwatch OS is set for a March announcement, according to sources. The hardware will then debut at I/O, and is said to be an LG device -- not HTC.

LG Nexus 5 spied in a series of FCC images

Coming by way of a recently discovered FCC filing, it would appear as if we are getting a look at what will become the next Nexus smartphone. The handset is believed to be the Nexus 5 and it is looking more and more like this one will be coming by way of LG. As we often see with an FCC filing, this one did contain a variety of images. These were mixed with some internal and some external photos and sadly, not all of the external images were perfectly clear.

Nexus 5 spotted in Android 4.4 KitKat statue unveiling video

Today has been full of excitement and random news with Google's own Sundar Pichai announcing Android 4.4 will officially be called KitKat. Along with the announcement was our first pictures of the KitKat statue going up on the Google HQ lawn, just like previous years, but something caught a few eagle-eyed viewers eyes. Did Google just accidentally unveil the new LG Nexus 5? Possible, but they quickly pulled the video.

Android Community Weekly: October 14th, 2012

After last week ending strong on Nexus rumors we all pretty much expected that to continue this week, and that's exactly what happened. Sure enough we had leak after leak of Nexus rumors, plenty of hardware pics and more so lets get started with what was important to us in the world of Android. Starting with the Nexus of course.

LG Nexus 4 leaked prototype gets benchmarked and shown off

The incoming Google Nexus smartphone, rumored to be the LG Nexus 4, or the LG Optimus Nexus has just received its most detailed look yet. The popular overseas tech site Onliner.by has been releasing photo after photo of the leaked smartphone over the past few days, but today we're getting a detailed look of the hardware, software, and everything else. This is basically an early hands-on.

LG Nexus G photos leak in HD

LG Nexus G photos have made their way into the wild today. Of course, we are not 100% sure that this will be the name, but it is possible. News has been all over the place about the LG and Google's latest Nexus phone, and these new photos appear to be confirmation of its existence. Photos and specs leaked yesterday, but those had a cast around the phone hiding its final design. These new photos lack that casting, and it gives us a much better idea of what the device will look like. We first reported that the LG Nexus G would have a 13 megapixel camera, but upon further review of these photos, we do not think that is the case. A 13 megapixel camera would have a bit more bulge to it, as shown in our hands-on with the LG Optimus G here. The camera in these photos is clearly quite thin, and it seems impossible to fit a 13 megapixel camera in such a small space. The rest of the specs we reported yesterday still appear to be true. It looks like it has Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean installed. The pictures do not confirm or deny the quad-core 1.5 GHz S4 processor or 2GB of RAM, but we don't see any reason not to believe these reported specs. This looks like a pretty slick device, and we expect to see some announcements soon. These new pictures show a ton more detail, and it looks very stylish. The reported 4.7 inch screen looks vibrant, and we can't wait to see more from the LG Nexus G. [gallery]